Below are the species we work with currently.  Some of these projects are well established while others are in their infancy.  As new things come up we will update this page.


San Boas (Eryx Colubrinus) –  We work with a number of Sand Boa morphs.  Sand Boas are very easy to care for, typically mild mannered, and are fairly easy to breed.


Variable Kingsnake (Lampropeltis leonis) – Sometimes referred to as “Thayeri”, the Variable Kingsnake is an amazing species that is typically very docile and easy to care for.  The variety of patterns and colors out of one species, let alone one clutch, makes this a very interesting species to breed.


Tarahumaran Mountain Kingsnake (Lampropeltis pyromelana knoblochi) – Another typicaly docile and easy to care for coulubrid.  Awesome red, white, and black pattern and coloration.  A beautiful species.


Thai Red Mountain Rat Snake (Oreocryptophis porphyraceus coxi) – Sometimes referred to as the Thai Bamboo Ratsnake.  This beautiful creature does not like it hot and prefers temperatures less than 82.  In our experience they seem to be a bit feisty, but also settle down the older they get.


Stimsons Python (Antaresia stimsoni) – A small Australian species that is very docile.  Great Python species to work with that stays a manageable size.


Lake Chapala Mexican Gartersnake (Thamnophis eques obscurus) – A very large, comparative to other Thamnophis, garter snake that can sometimes get a nice blue coloration as they get older.  A fun communal species to work with.


Santa Cruz Garter Snake (Thamnophis astratus astratus) – An active garter species that also does great in a communal setting(like most garters).  Garters, generally, are a great species to keep in a community setting unlike many other snakes.  This makes them fun to work with and watch.